Floyd County’s “Most Wanted” arrested after pursuit on stolen 4-wheeler Sunday morning

Floyd County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted Mason Edward Todd, 27, of Aragon, was arrested early Sunday morning. According to warrants, Todd was wanted for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, felony theft by shoplifting, and felony theft by receiving a stolen vehicle, and felony probation violation. The warrants stated Todd had a white clump of a powdery substance suspected to be fentanyl back on Oct. 4 at Harmony Road and Wax Road in Silver Creek. Then on Feb. 22, Todd stole a silver necklace, valued at $600, from a business inside the Mall on Martha Berry Highway. On Apr. 17, Todd was found in possession of a stolen Suzuki motorcycle, valued at $18,599. On February 15th, 2023, Todd failed to report to his probation officer. On Sunday May 7th, 2023, around 12:15 AM, Todd fled from Georgia State Patrol Sgt. Shamblin on a stolen 2020 Honda Rancher 4-wheeler worth $7,000 which he had stolen from a residence on Johns Drive. Trooper Shamblin attempted to stop Todd near the intersection of Highway 27 and Highway 140 in Floyd County. During the pursuit, Todd crashed the four-wheeler into a dry creek bed near GA-156. Todd got up and began ignoring verbal commands from the trooper reaching into his pockets. He was then tased and taken into custody. Todd was booked into the Floyd County Jail and charged with DUI, fleeing, felony theft by receiving stolen property, obstruction, reckless driving, running a stop sign, driving on the wrong side of the roadway, and his warrants (Felony Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Felony Shoplifting, Felony Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, Felony Burglary 2nd Degree & Theft by Taking Felony Probation Violation, Fleeing & Attempting to Elude Police Felony Probation Violation.)

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